Travel deals

April 16

Air Canada Coupon Code: 15% Off Canadian Travel

Posted by on April 16, 2014 at 7:32 PM

Air Canada Coupon Code: 15% Off Canadian Travel

Air Canada has a coupon code for 15% off air travel within Canada.

Click here to book your fall flight @ Air Canada now

  • Coupon Code: 15SPRING
  • Discount: 15% off
  • Expiry: 21st April 2014

I’m going to say fall flight because the coupon is valid on flights flown from the 8th of September through the 15th of December, 2014. If you have summer flight plans, this coupon is not going to help out. Sorry. The coupon is valid on tango and flex fares. Codeshare flights are unfortunately not eligible. Thanksgiving weekend is blacked out: so this coupon will not work on flights between the 10th and 13th of October 2014.

I will be done school at the end of June, but my graduation ceremony isn’t until November! I have no desire to drive through the Rocky Mountains in the middle of winter so I will probably fly from Vancouver Island, transfer in Vancouver (or Calgary), and onward to Edmonton for my graduation ceremony. This coupon will certainly help keep my flight costs down while I hop provinces. My husband will certainly be coming with me so 15% off two flights will be very helpful.

Where are you flying off to this fall?

For this and other Air Canada coupon codes, visit the forum.

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April 16

TravelZoo Canada: Algonquin 3-Day Adventure For 2 With Meals Only $700

Posted by on April 16, 2014 at 1:00 PM

TravelZoo Canada: Algonquin 3 Day Adventure For 2 With Meals Only $700

If you are looking for the trip of a lifetime in your own country, Algonquin Park is the place to go. It is absolutely gorgeous, rugged and an unspoiled gem in Ontario. Travel Zoo has a fantastic deal on for a 3-day Algonquin adventure for two including meals for only $699, was $1056.

I’ve been to Algonquin Park a multitude of times. While I’m not a back-country camper because I need amenities like showers and toilets, I’m sure it is quite the amazing adventure. I’ve been in all seasons and Summer and Fall are my favourite. Spring could mean black flies, and they get very nasty up there on cloudy days. Winter could mean not the greatest driving conditions to get north. When my husband and I were first dating, we made our way to Algonquin Park and right before we entered a 40km stretch where there is nothing, he put windshield washer fluid in the coolant tank. He realized it as we were driving and luckily we didn’t break down, but I sure broke a sweat.

In case you are wondering, I’ve seen a number of moose in my travels to Algonquin, along with a number of other wildlife.

This deal is actually available for May and June or you can pay more for an extra night in July and August. So here’s what you get: three days and two nights in a cabin retreat for $699 or four days and three nights in a cabin retreat for $899 (both with different availability dates). On top of that you’ll get all meals and excursions including canoeing, biking, hiking with expert guides. With the three-day package you’ll also get a $50 gas card, $25 credit for Highlander Brew Co. and $25 meal credit at Iron Skillet restaurant.

(Expiry: Unknown)

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April 15

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: 2-For-1 Deal On All Books & eBooks

Posted by on April 15, 2014 at 11:30 PM

Lonely Planet Canada Promo Code: 2 For 1 Deal On All Books & eBooks

Planning to travel any time soon or maybe even in a far off future? Then you’re going to need to become an expert on your travel destination. Luckily, Lonely Planet is here to help with a 2-for-1 special on all travel guidebooks and eBooks, including those for kids!

Click here to shop @ now

  • Coupon Code: EGGSPLORE
  • Discount: 2 for 1 deal on all books and eBooks
  • Expiry: 18th April 2014

The internet is great for learning about a new destination, but a comprehensive guidebook is even better. Lonely Planet has a book out for just about any destination in any continent and the best part about their selection is that they also have specialized books like Hiking & Tramping in New Zealand, Food Lover’s Guide To The World, Lonely Planet’s Best In Travel 2014, The Book Of Everything, and countless of other great sounding titles!

Prices vary per book but you can expect to pay around $20 for a print title and almost $15 for a PDF eBook. Although of course, with the code above, you will be getting two titles for the price of just one.

Keep in mind that all prices are in USD and shipping is also free on orders over $40. If you happen to miss this great promotion, then be sure to grab one of our other Lonely Planet promo codes to save 30% on travel guides instead.

(Image Credit: Kevin Jaako)

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April 15

WestJet Canada: 2 Day Seat Sale

Posted by on April 15, 2014 at 4:00 PM

WestJet Canada: 2 Day Seat Sale

WestJet Canada is having a two day seat sale starting today good for select flights in Canada, the U.S and the Caribbean.

These prices will be valid for travel from April 25th 2014 until June 25th 2014. That means it includes the May long weekend!  The Canadian and US deals are for travel on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays only. If you don’t mind traveling on those days you ca get some great deals.

Check out some of the seats sales right now:

  • Calgary to Vancouver- $172.33
  • Ottawa to Halifax- $192.24
  • Toronto to Charlottetown- $197.98
  • Calgary to Los Angeles- $205.93
  • Vancouver to San Fransisco- $184.93
  • Toronto to Bermuda- $160.66

All of these are obviously one way fares and will have taxes added on.  Additionally, even though these are seat sales, you can still collect points if you are a WestJet Canada member, which is a nice little bonus.

I can’t believe how inexpensive it is to fly to the Caribbean.  After the never ending winter we have had here in Canada, I am very tempted to fly to a beautiful beach to relax and soak up the sun!

(Expiry: 16th April 2014)

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April 12

Coupon Code Roundup: 20% Off @ Air Canada, Up to 40% Off @ Gap & More

Posted by on April 12, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Coupon Code Roundup: 20% Off @ Air Canada, Up to 40% Off @ Gap & More

Another week means another roundup of great online coupons to take advantage of.  This time around, we have coupons for clothing deals, travel deals,

Here is a look at some of the great coupons this week:

These are just a few of the great coupon codes that we have posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.  You can see a few of them will be ending at the end of this weekend so if you are interested in using those ones, make sure to do it sooner rather than later.

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April 6

Travelocity Coupon Codes: 10% Off Hotel or $40 Off Hotel & Flight

Posted by on April 6, 2014 at 4:00 PM

Travelocity Coupon Codes: 10% Off Hotel or $40 Off Hotel & Flight

Travelocity has released a couple coupons to help decrease the cost of your next adventure. One coupon will save you 10% on your hotel booking of $100 or more. The second coupon will save you $40 on your flight and hotel booking with a minimum three night stay.

Click here to book your hotel @ now

  • Coupon Code: EGGSTRA10CA
  • Discount: 10% off $100+ hotel booking
  • Coupon Code: EGGSTRA40CA
  • Discount: $40 off flight & hotel booking (min. 3 night stay)
  • Expiry: 20th April 2014

The coupons are not valid on Las Vegas Hotels (which are generally already dirt cheap anyway) and a bunch of hotel chains, which can be seen at the bottom of the page I linked to above: just scroll down. I really suggest you read that list before trying to book a hotel to reduce frustration at picking a nice hotel in the right area and then finding it is excluded.

For the first coupon code, you want to book a pre-paid Good Buy Hotel to be able to use the coupon code.  For both coupons, you must travel by 31st, August 2014. Once I finish my two months of French this spring, I am planning on having a nice ‘stay-cation’, although Hawaii is tempting. Are you going anywhere this summer?

For more Travelocity Coupon Codes check out the forum.

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March 29

Weekly Coupon Codes Roundup: B3G1 Free @ Spa Boutique, $10 Off Think Geek

Posted by on March 29, 2014 at 10:00 AM

Weekly Coupon Codes Roundup: B3G1 Free @ Spa Boutique, $10 Off Think Geek

Another week means another great roundup of coupon codes.  We literally get hundreds of coupons each week posted on the coupon forum.

Here are some of the great coupons you will see:

You will notice that a lot of these coupons end at the end of this month.  That gives you just a few days to shop online and save.  All of these coupons and many more will be posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.

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March 28

Air Canada: Flight Sale On Now

Posted by on March 28, 2014 at 8:30 AM

Air Canada: Flight Sale On Now

Air Canada has a four day only flight sale for travel between April 1 through June 26th. Get great deals on flights across Canada, to the United States, and abroad.

I am traveling to the United States on Thursday but that will be via ferry and bus. If you need a little faster transit for travel over the next three months then take a look at Air Canada’s flight sale. Here are a few of the flight deals I picked out:

  • Toronto (YYZ) – Orlando: $217
  • Vancouver – Los Angeles: $174
  • Calgary – San Francisco: $199
  • Quebec City – Toronto: $154
  • St. John’s – Toronto: $214

All of these are one way flights including taxes. I asked my husband to look up flights from Vancouver to Hawaii because I am dying to escape to somewhere sunny and hot. Unfortunately, there are none included in this sale.

Getting away to anywhere fun and fabulous this spring? If so, drop a comment below and let us know where you are flying off to. If I cannot escape to my own tropical paradise, maybe I can live vicariously through our Moosers!

(Expiry: 30th March 2014 at 11:59 pm EDT)

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March 24

Getting The Best Deal On A Cruise: Tips & Tricks

Posted by on March 24, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Getting The Best Deal On A Cruise: Tips & Tricks

My husband and I are leaving in a week for our first family-free trip ever!  We have always traveled with family on all of our holidays, and we are excited about the prospect of going on a child and parent-free trip.  Cruising is absolutely my favourite way to travel.  I’m a Pisces, and I love being on the water and having the flexibility of lots of activities on the boat, and different islands to visit.  Being the frugal girl that I am, I always make sure to get the very best price possible for my trips.  Here are some strategies I use:

Book way in advance or book last minute

For the cruise we are going on in a week, I booked our tickets 16 months in advance.  The reason I did so is because we wanted a certain category of room, and a very particular room specifically.  As well, the cruise line which is our favourite (Celebrity), had a stupendous deal on: book a cruise and get a free classic drink package.  Given that we paid for our drinks package on our last cruise, and given how much we used it, I knew this was a deal too good to pass up.  By booking in advance and taking advantage of the drinks package we saved ourselves about $400 per person on the cruise fare, and about $380 per person on the drinks package.  Grand savings per person?  $780!

Conversely, there are tons of great deals if you have the flexibility to book 90 days or less before your cruise.  Check out Vacations To Go for the best last-minute deals.  Looking at the prices on these cruises is upsetting since we paid more than these prices for our cruise.   But by booking last minute you are taking a risk on finding a good price on a flight.  If you have flexibility with your travel dates, however, booking last minute could be the way to go.

Use a travel agent

A frugal trick for getting a great deal on your cruise, is to go to a cruise-quoting website such as Cruise Compete to receive competitive quotes on your next cruise.  You may then book your cruise with the online travel agency that gives you the best deal.  For this cruise we booked with an American-based travel agency called American Discount Cruises, and we have been very happy with their service.  I don’t know why, but it seems like American travel agents give much better incentives to book with them.  For example, if I had booked directly with a Canadian travel agent, I would have received a $150 onboard credit.  With our American TA, we received $175 onboard credit, specialty dining for 1 night, and chocolate covered strawberries, for a total incentive of almost $300.  When you book with a Canadian TA you are covered under their TICO insurance, but due to the increased incentives with our American TA, that is one risk we were willing to take.

Frequent cruiser rewards

Most cruise lines have some type of frequent cruiser reward program.  This will be our second cruise with Celebrity, and we will receive a few small discount coupons to use in the casino and on internet.  The real rewards are reaped when you have a number of cruises under your belt, check out Celebrity’s Captain’s Club program.

Research to find the right ship and the right cruise line for you

One of my favourite cruise-related websites is Cruise Critic, it has cruise reviews, general information about cruising and discussion boards.  I am relatively obsessed with this website prior to any cruise, I love their discussion boards as you can really pick up some good tips on saving money on your cruise.   Cruising is a popular way to travel, and cruise lines are always building new boats.  There are lots of cruise lines with different focuses.  For example, many of Royal Caribbean’s boats have some pretty amazing activities like rock climbing and an ice skating rink.  The cruise line we like is Celebrity, and their tag line is “modern luxury,” which means that there are less activities and lots of upscale restaurants.  Some of these activities and restaurants have costs associated with them, however, so do your research.

Beware of the big bill you can rack up while on the cruise

Like I said earlier, research the type of ship you will be travelling on to determine what your onboard costs will be. Without careful planning you can end up with a huge bill at the end of your cruise.  Remember that unless you get a deal like the one I mentioned, alcoholic drinks are not included in your cruise.  Many people go for broke with drinks, and don’t pay attention to their costs onboard.  Also, you can purchase excursions through the cruise line for the different stops on your ship.  These can be expensive, and you might not get the best bang for your buck.  Be aware of your spending and plan in advance for your out of pocket costs.

Trip cancellation insurance

Generally speaking, if you are taking a trip purchasing trip cancellation insurance is a good idea.  On our last trip, my dad wasn’t able to attend at the last minute due to a health concern.  My parents’ trip cancellation insurance was invaluable.  Check out what coverage you have through your credit card, and check to see what insurance you can purchase through your home and auto insurance company.


Remember that if you don’t live close to the departure city, you might have to fly to your cruise.  Booking your airfare in advance can get you the best price for your airfare.  Remember to factor in the airfare price when you are considering your cruise costs.

It’s easy for costs to rack up for any vacation, but with a cruise even more so.  Costs can really increase very quickly if you don’t plan for them.  I try to plan all of my costs for my trip but I know that I will be caught up in something I want to purchase or to treat myself with.  Did I mention the shopping you can do while on the ship?  I can’t wait for our trip, but I really have to restrain myself when I’m travelling.

Bargainmoosers, do you like to cruise?  How do you save money while cruising?

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March 19

Living Social: 9-Day Trip To China Including Flight, Tours, Food & Hotel Only $1499!

Posted by on March 19, 2014 at 12:30 PM

Living Social: 9 Day Trip To China Including Flight, Tours, Food & Hotel Only $1499!

Anna found this amazing deal for Living Social that almost seems to good to be true. Get a trip to China including your round trip flights, tours, all your food and hotel starting from only $1499! The only catch is that the dates are limited, but if you are flexible and want to see China, you need to jump on this!

I would think that the flight alone to Asia from Canada would be at least $1000. This trip includes so much:

  • round trip flights from varying points in Canada and the U.S., including Vancouver or Toronto
  • round trip ground transportation to airports, hotels and tour destinations
  • double occupancy accommodations for seven nights at the various tour destinations – and the hotels are well-known, brand-name hotels like Sheraton and Crowne Plaza
  • seven breakfasts, four lunches and two dinners
  • all airline and hotel taxes and fees and admissions to any attractions
  • accident insurance

The destinations you’ll visit are also amazing and include an English speaking tour guide as well. You’ll go to Tiananmen Square, the Forbidden City, Summer Palace, Lake Kunming, the Pearl Factory, the Great Wall of China, Jade Museum, Panda sanctuary, shopping in Beijing, visit Shanghai, plus a World Heritage Site and so much more!

If you are leaving from Vancouver the cost is $1599 for September 19th departure and $1499 for an October 25th departure. From Toronto you’ll pay $1799 for September 5th, $1699 for September 12th and $1599 for October 10th. If you want to leave from an American airport, check the dates and prices available. I also suggest you check the fine print, as there are some extra fees for things like travelling single or getting a Chinese Visa. It also looks like this is a voucher only and you’ll have to book the trip with your voucher after purchase.

(Expiry: 2nd April 2014)

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March 14

Thrifty Travels to Niagara Falls

Posted by on March 14, 2014 at 8:00 PM

Thrifty Travels to Niagara Falls

This past March Break, I took the family to Niagara Falls. Honestly, I would never recommend that to anyone. It was way too crowded for my liking, and I think I’d much rather go during the off-season, when I’d also get better rates. The terms Niagara Falls and thrifty don’t usually go together, as everything there is at an escalated price, plus there is a tourist tax added on top of these high prices. But, I found a way to do in a wallet-friendly way, both through trial and error and through research. I’ve been to the Falls at least 20 times, so I think I’m a little bit of an expert on what to do and what not to do.

Fallsview vs. Cityview or No View

First, you’ll need somewhere to stay. Most people want the entire package – the fallsview room with the jacuzzi and the full-service hotel. If you want to save some money, you might need to cut back on your expectations. I’ve stayed in both fallsview and cityview rooms and really, the fallsview is much nicer, but you get bored of it rather quickly, especially if you are going out and about quite often. If this is a romantic trip and you’ll be spending quite a bit of time in bed or in the jacuzzi, then definitely splurge, otherwise save your money. Another time you might want a fallsview room is when they will be having fireworks over the falls. It is nice to have the option to watch them from your room in case everyone is tired, or you don’t feel like standing out in the street.

Savings: $30+

Off The Beaten Track

When choosing where to stay and if you’ve already decided you don’t need a spectacular view, decide if you can live with being a little farther away from the action. There are quite a few smaller hotels that are behind the big ones that look over the falls and offer much better rates. The difference between staying at the Best Western on Lundy’s Lane compared to the Hilton on Fallsview Blvd. is a matter of about $100. This is the same with other hotels in the bigger chains that do are not on Fallsview. You can still get a really nice hotel a few streets back and you’ll save quite a few dollars. Take a look at Trip Advisor for reviews and ratings on all the hotels.

Savings $100+

Group Deals

I’ve both reserved rooms directly with the hotel and bought group deals for hotels and I would have to say a group deal is the clear winner. Both WagJag and Groupon have all different types of hotel deals, most with meal and activity credits included. I would suggest using Trip Advisor to read reviews of each hotel and reviews of the activities and restaurants included too. You really have to do your research because you could read “$100 meal credit” as  being an amazing deal on an $80 hotel deal, but that restaurant’s cheapest meal might be upwards of $100 on its own. Our WagJag deal included a $70 credit for Ruth Chris and while you can’t find any information about pricing online, I went right into the restaurant, looked at the menu and found that most entrees were $70+ and your side was an additional $12! My family of five would have spent a few hundred dollars there even with the credit. We turned around and found an all you can eat deal at a Brazilian place, where my two younger ones also ate free.  With our WagJag being only $80, and including a few things we did happen to partake in, it was still an amazing deal as the hotel was nice, clean and not too far from the main drag.

Savings: $50+

Eating Out

Like I said, Niagara Falls restaurants have upsized prices, even the chain restaurants you are used to back home add a few dollars to their prices. You really need to pick and choose where you’d like to eat if you want to keep costs down. Even a simple ice cream cone from Dairy Queen was not cheap. Your best bet might be to get off the main strip and head into the city of Niagara Falls, where there are a number of great restaurants frequented by locals that have regular price meals. I would also suggest you bring as much food as you can and find a hotel with a refrigerator, because all those little snacks you’ll buy really add up.

Savings: $50+

Having Some Fun

There is so much to do in Niagara Falls, it is hard to be bored. This past trip we went to one of the wax museums and Ripley’s Believe or Not. I had actually been to both before, but the kids hadn’t and while they mostly enjoyed it, my little one was not too fond of the life-size and life-like wax people. We hadn’t planned on going in there, but the guy out front offered us a deal, with both places included and didn’t make us pay for the kids. If you’d like to go to one of these places, haggling is always an option. If cutting a deal is just not the way you work, you simply have to ask “is this the best price, or can we do better?” and see what you get. If you do get a group buy deal, many of them come with arcade tokens, laser tag, mini golf and other such fun little attractions. I have to say, they all seem better than they are. While I found many of these attractions fun for the kids, I would never put my money towards them if they weren’t included. Don’t expect much is basically what I’m saying. We wasted a good hour in the arcade and the kids loved it, but with $100 worth of credits, the only prize my kids got at the end were three small candies, even with thousands of earned tickets. If you plan ahead, you can get something like the Clifton Hill fun pass or the Wonder Pass. These will save you money over paying for each attraction individually.

Savings: $25+

Getting Around

Driving is fine to get around in Niagara Falls, but know that parking is very steep. Most hotels cost $25 to park there, but they usually also offer off-site parking for less. Get one person to drop everyone and the luggage off and then park farther away. It is worth it. The same goes for when going to attractions. To park at the Falls, it is at least $15 (seems to change with the season), but if you can park farther away, you can get away with as low as $5. Sometimes the group deals and passes come with WeGo passes, which is the transit system just for the tourists around Niagara Falls. The only downside is that the buses don’t seem to run that often and the waits can be really annoying. You can also buy WeGo passes, and if you aren’t willing to pay for parking, they can  be worth it. Another option is to walk everywhere, but the Falls area is pretty hilly, so wear good shoes!

Savings: $10 – $25


Niagara Falls has a few waterparks and I’m proud to say I’ve been to all of them. Each has their own uniqueness, but I have to say my favourite and the best value is Great Wolf Lodge. Because only hotel guests can use the waterpark, Great Wolf Lodge is really never that crowded and I’ve been there when the hotel was sold out over Christmas break. There are also quite a few other things to do at the hotel, although there is also an additional cost, so be aware that you might spend more money, even if you don’t leave the hotel. The restaurant there offers a buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner and while I found it pricey, it is cheaper than going out to the Falls to eat (as I found out the hard way). As I said above, bring any food that you can from home and save some money. We also been to Waves, which is a much smaller waterpark, and while fun, I think it is best for parents with babies and not older children. They also let in people from other hotels, including daycares and school groups, and the cost of a hotel room with an included waterpark pass is not that much cheaper than Great Wolf Lodge. The Fallsview waterpark is what I would call, the worst deal. It gets insanely crowded because anyone can attend and it is $50 a person to get in, aged three and up. You can get passes from Costco, which are only $28 a person, and so much better of a deal, but don’t plan on getting them anywhere near Niagara, because they won’t have them in the store. You can order online and print at home though. You can also get hotel deals for the Fallsview, but the deals I found were still quite expensive and not worth it in my opinion.

Savings $50+

Bargainmoosers, what do you like to do in Niagara Falls and how do you save money when visiting there?

Photo credit: Adrian MB

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March 14

Weekly Coupon Codes Roundup: Free Gift with Purcahse, Free Shipping BOGO & More

Posted by on March 14, 2014 at 7:00 PM

Weekly Coupon Codes Roundup: Free Gift with Purcahse, Free Shipping BOGO & More

Another week means another great batch of coupon codes to shop with online.  This week, you will find a great mix of travel, clothing, health and beauty and even some jewellery coupons this week.

Here are some of the great coupons this week:

This is just a few of the new coupons posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.  Always make sure to check the stores on the forum before shopping online for deals and coupons.  You never know what you will find.

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March 10

WagJag Coupon Code: $10 Off Any Deal with No Minimum

Posted by on March 10, 2014 at 5:00 PM

WagJag Coupon Code: $10 Off Any Deal with No Minimum

It is very rare for WagJag to have a coupon code for WagJag Canada because they already have great deals priced pretty low.  For just three days only though, you will be able to save $10 on any single deal with this coupon code.

Click here to shop @ now

  • Coupon Code: SAVE10
  • Discount: $10 Off
  • Expiry: 12th March 2014

This coupon can be use on anything WagJag has to offer.  You will find deals on travel, fitness, jewellery, clothing, restaurants, electronics, entertainment, home & auto and even grocery deals.  All deals are discount because they sell so many of them.  You can sometimes save up to 90% on a deal!

There is some fine print for this coupon code:

To redeem, you must Log In or Sign Up for an account at Select Add Promotional Code on the checkout screen and enter SAVE10 to receive a $10 discount (the “Discount”) off your next purchase, exclusive of taxes, shipping and delivery. Discount valid March 10, 2014 at 12:01 AM EST until March 12, 2014 at 11:59 PM EST on all offers that are transacted on, unless otherwise stated on the offer page. Not valid towards the purchase of WagJag gift cards. Discount must be used in a single transaction and product restrictions or exclusions may apply.

As you can see, there is no minimum purchase required to use this coupon code which is great! There is a maximum use of 50,000 uses and one per account. You may think that with 50,000 uses, you will have time to decide – you might be wrong.  Some of the deals they offer are close to just $10 so I can see many people getting those items with this coupon code because they will be almost free.  It may not last until March 12th so it is better to shop early to make sure you are one of the lucky ones.

The cost of shipping will depend on the deal.  There are a lot of deals that are vouchers or have free shipping.  Each deal will be different so make sure to read the fine print before grabbing a deal.

If you are looking for more WagJag coupons, we will have them posted on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.

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March 7

Living Social Coupon Code: Additional 10% Off All Deals

Posted by on March 7, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Living Social Coupon Code: Additional 10% Off All Deals

One of my favourite places to find deals online is the group buy type websites.  One of the better ones is Living Social.  Right now, you will be able to save an additional 10% on every single deal offered by Living Social for just two days only.

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  • Coupon Code: SPRINGFWD
  • Discount: 10% off
  • Expiry: 9th March 2104

All of their deals are already discounted up to about 95% off so you will be saving an additional 10% on the last price listed.  They offer deals for restaurants, getaways, fashion, home goods and more.

Here are a few of the deals on right now:

  • Free coupon for $6 off at Build-a-Bear
  • 79% off 18-karat platinum jewellery set
  • 56% off a stay at Jasper National Park
  • 73% off Punta Cana resort stay
  • 92% off online language classes

You will be able to narrow down the deals list by entering what city you live in.  When you do this, they will show you local deals as well. I like this option because I have found great deals and activities for my family in my city.  I have also found deals for car repair, spa days, hair salons and more.

As for the cost of shipping on their website, it will be individual to the deal.  Some deals are vouchers so their is no extra cost, some deals include it and some deal will charge extra for it.  Make sure to read the fine print on the deal you are purchasing to make sure what it is.

You will find all Living Social coupons posted up on the Bargainmoose coupon forum.

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March 6

Royal Caribbean: 3rd or 4th Person Sails Free Plus Free Room Upgrade

Posted by on March 6, 2014 at 3:30 PM

Royal Caribbean: 3rd or 4th Person Sails Free Plus Free Room Upgrade

If you are thinking about a cruise, well really who isn’t? But, if you are serious about booking a cruise, I found a great deal for you. Royal Caribbean is offering a limited time promotion of the 4th person sails free! Plus, get a free room upgrade as well.

Cruises somewhat frighten me as I have a fear of really wide open spaces. That said, I’d really love to be spoiled on a cruise. I have friends who have been who love nothing less and it really is a site to see this ship the size of a building moving in the giant ocean. When I was in the Bahamas, we came close to one on our booze cruise and I was really amazed at the sheer size of them.

If you and three friends or your spouse and your kids want to get away, well one of those lucky bums gets to go free. Of course, you can split up the cost so no one is truly free, you just save 25%, but that is up to you.

They also have a deal where you pay the price of a lower priced room when you book one up from that room. So, if you want a balcony room, you’ll only pay the price of an ocean view stateroom.

Both of these deals are available only on certain ships, so check that out before you book.

A 3-night Bahamas cruise starts from only $232 a person. This means a family of four could sail for only $696!

(Expiry: 31st March 2014)

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